3 Lucrative Businesses That Medical Professionals Can Start

Being a medical professional opens the doors to many opportunities once their career blossoms after grueling several challenging years of medical education. It’s an open fact that the medical field is not for the faint of heart and that only those with the toughest of wills and the most capable minds can last through the many trials that one faces on the road to becoming a medical professional. 

Of course, these hardships do have their reward at the end of the road. The fact that being a medical professional is still one of the hottest jobs in the market today is a testament to the demand that a medical career continues to rake in. 

If you are a blooming medical professional or simply a curious onlooker who might get an interest in pursuing a medical career, then this short guide is for you. Here are the three lucrative businesses that medical professionals can start. 

3. IV Hydration/Vitamin Therapy Clinics 

Intrevenous Hydration or IV Hydration — also going by the term Vitamin Therapy, is a growing trend in the medical industry as of late. Simply put, IV Hydration is the process of transferring various nutrients and vitamins directly onto a person’s bloodstream for better flow and quicker incorporation into the body. 

From improving the immune system to slowing down aging effects, IV Hydration is a hit among celebrities such as Brad Pitt and Rihanna. IV Therapists alone earn a lot, ranging from an average yearly income of $39,000 to $79,000. 

2. Medical Spas 

Medical Spas, casually known as “medspas”, are a prime hotspot for people looking to get a makeover the healthy way. As the name implies, medspas combine the beauty-enhancing services of your average spa with more professional medical

techniques that bring the best out of your skin and other health and wellness needs. Based on data from the American Medical Spa Association, medspa owners earn an average of $300,000 to $375,000. 

1. Wellness Coaching Practice 

People are always setting health goals for themselves. Wellness Coaching provides these people with the necessary guidance they need in order to achieve their health-related goals such as weight loss and better stress management the right way — which is through educated means. The versatility of being a wellness coach provides many opportunities. In fact, the average salary of a wellness coaching career is around $44,000 a year. 

By Neil Gregorio 

Neil Gregorio is a graduating university student who writes as a hobby; when he is away from the keyboard, he spends his time watching Japanese animated shows and jamming out to his favorite rock music. 

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